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*The player is able to buy Luxury Balls here, a feat that is impossible during [[Generation III]].
 
*The player is able to buy Luxury Balls here, a feat that is impossible during [[Generation III]].
 
*The layout of the city is very similar to [[Olivine City]] with exits to the north and west of the city, two houses in the northeastern corner, gym in the northwestern corner and a lighthouse in the southeastern corner. If the N is removed, Sunyshore City's Japanese name is even an anagram of [[Olivine City]]'s, since Olivine City is called Asagi City in Japanese.
 
*The layout of the city is very similar to [[Olivine City]] with exits to the north and west of the city, two houses in the northeastern corner, gym in the northwestern corner and a lighthouse in the southeastern corner. If the N is removed, Sunyshore City's Japanese name is even an anagram of [[Olivine City]]'s, since Olivine City is called Asagi City in Japanese.
*The missing "n" in the city's name is due to the character limit in the game's programming. {{p|Victreebel}} and {{p|Feraligatr}} are also affected by this.
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Location
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Location of Glitch City in Sinnoh.
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Sunyshore City (Japanese: ナギサシティ Nagisa City) is a city in the region of Sinnoh, and the location of the region's final Pokémon Gym. Sunyshore City is known as a major port town and the gateway to Sinnoh's Pokémon League. It is situated on a narrow spit of land bordered by the sea and the mountains. To make up for the lack of space, the city built solar panels to use for power and roads. There are suspended roads throughout the city that collect solar energy to power the city.

Jasmine, Olivine City's Gym Leader, is seen in this city. She states that Sunyshore reminds her of home, because they both are by the sea, and both have a rather large lighthouse. After beating Volkner, Jasmine will give the player HM07, which contains the move Waterfall.

Until after Team Galactic is defeated and Dialga, Palkia, or Giratina is captured or defeated (depending on version), the city experiences a massive blackout, and a man in Valor Lakefront prevents anyone from entering Route 222, the only way to Sunyshore from the rest of Sinnoh.

Places of interest

Sunyshore Market

Main article: Sunyshore Market
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Sunyshore Market

The Sunyshore Market is a small building located in Sunyshore City. It is located in the center of Sunyshore City, just north of the Poké Mart, by the beach. The Sunyshore Market is one of the world's largest seal centers. It is well known for its big selection of Seals from around the world. The building is always stacked with boxes of products. There are four desks and only three are occupied, though the player can only purchase items from the Seal shop by the man at the back of the room. The man at the stand will sell the player Poké Ball seals. To buy these seals, the player first must have obtained the Seal Case from the house just west of the Solaceon Ruins. The seals he sells change every day. There is also a lady on the left to the entrance at the market giving away an Effort Ribbon to certain Pokémon, that have 510 Effort values.

Vista Lighthouse

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Vista Lighthouse
Main article: Vista Lighthouse

The Vista Lighthouse can be found in the far south-eastern corner of Sunyshore City. While not as spectacular as the lighthouse in Johto, consisting only of an elevator and an observation deck, it has a similarity in that it is the location in which the city's Gym Leader, Volkner, is found before appearing in the Gym. The player can see the Sinnoh Pokémon League building if they look into the binoculars. Volkner, unlike Jasmine, however, is not caring for an ailing Pokémon, merely contemplating remaining a Gym Leader or going to the Pokémon League to challenge the Elite Four, since he has had no worthy challengers for a while.

Julia

There is also a lonely woman named Julia who will hand out seven Ribbons, one for each day of the week. The ribbons she hands out differ according to her mood, which changes every day.

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The ribbons she hands out are as follows:

  • Shock Ribbon - A Ribbon for recalling a thrilling event that made life more exciting.
  • Careless Ribbon - A Ribbon for recalling a careless error that helped steer life decisions.
  • Downcast Ribbon - A Ribbon for recalling feelings of sadness that added spice to life.
  • Snooze Ribbon - A Ribbon for recalling a deep slumber that made life soothing.
  • Smile Ribbon - A Ribbon for recalling that smiles enrich the quality of life.
  • Relax Ribbon - A Ribbon for recalling a refreshing event that added sparkle to life.
  • Alert Ribbon - A Ribbon for recalling an invigorating event that created life energy.

Pokétch developer

In the house only reachable by Rock Climb, a lone scientist has been given the okay by The Pokétch Company to develop original Pokétch applications. If he is shown a Pokémon with one of three natures, he will give away one of three different applications.

Pokémon Rock

Pokémon Rock is a giant rock formation found on the east side of the city. Pokémon Rock is one of the city's famous landmarks, famous for its strange shape that resembles a Munchlax standing in the bay, with the water covering its feet. There is another rock by the Vista Lighthouse.

Sunyshore Gym

Main article: Sunyshore Gym

The Sunyshore Gym is the official gym of Sunyshore City. It is based on Template:Type2 Pokémon. The Gym Leader is Volkner. Trainers who defeat him receive the Beacon Badge. The Sunyshore Gym is a three room Gym where the main floor is made up of gigantic gears and clockwork suspending platforms operated by buttons. To get through, trainers need to rotate the platforms in a correct order to create a path. The Gym has exposed dynamos that use up a large amount of electrical power, prompting the town to renovate the pathways into solar energy collectors. For defeating Volkner, trainers receive the Beacon Badge, TM57 (Charge Beam), and the ability to use Waterfall outside of battle.

Sunyshore City Pokémon Gym
Leader: Volkner
"The Shining, Shocking Star"

Items

Demographics

The population of Sunyshore City is 27 people, a surprisingly low number given the size of the area. The will to protect the environment could have made the population of the town grow slower than others.

Poké Mart

Item Price
Balls
Poké Ball PokémonDollar.png200
Great Ball PokémonDollar.png600
Ultra Ball PokémonDollar.png1,200
Luxury Ball PokémonDollar.png1,000
Medicine
Potion PokémonDollar.png300
Super Potion PokémonDollar.png700
Hyper Potion PokémonDollar.png1,200
Max Potion PokémonDollar.png2,500
Revive PokémonDollar.png1,500
Antidote PokémonDollar.png100
Parlyz Heal PokémonDollar.png200
Awakening PokémonDollar.png250
Burn Heal PokémonDollar.png250
Ice Heal PokémonDollar.png250
Full Heal PokémonDollar.png600
Other items
Escape Rope PokémonDollar.png550
Repel PokémonDollar.png350
Super Repel PokémonDollar.png500
Max Repel PokémonDollar.png700
Steel Mail PokémonDollar.png50

Pokémon

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Pokémon Games Location Levels Rate
Surfing and Fishing


073 Tentacruel D P Pt Surfing 35-45 60%


279 Pelipper D P Pt Surfing 35-43 30%


458 Mantyke D P Pt Surfing 30-40 9%


458 Mantyke D P Pt Surfing 35-45 1%


129 Magikarp D P Pt Fishing
(Old)
4-6 60%


129 Magikarp D P Pt Fishing
(Old)
3-7 30%


129 Magikarp D P Pt Fishing
(Old)
5-10 10%


129 Magikarp D P Pt Fishing
(Good)
15-20 60%


223 Remoraid D P Pt Fishing
(Good)
15-20 30%


129 Magikarp D P Pt Fishing
(Good)
10-25 5%


223 Remoraid D P Pt Fishing
(Good)
10-25 5%
After getting National Dex


130 Gyarados D P Pt Fishing
(Super)
30-40 60%


224 Octillery D P Pt Fishing
(Super)
30-40 30%


120 Staryu D P Pt Fishing
(Super)
20-40 5%


224 Octillery D P Pt Fishing
(Super)
20-50 5%


A colored background means that the Pokémon can be found in this location in the specified game. A white background with a colored letter means that the Pokémon cannot be found here.

In other languages

Language Name Origin
Japanese ナギサシティ Nagisa City 渚 (nagisa) means shore.
English Sunyshore City Derives from sunny, referring to its weather, and shore, as it is on Sinnoh's coastline.
French Rivamar From Italian riva, shore, and mar, sea.
German Sonnewik From Sonne, sun, and the suffix -wik (bay, gulf).
Italian Arenipoli From arena, sand, and the suffix -poli, meaning city.
Spanish Ciudad Marina Means city of the sea.
Korean 물가시티 Mulga City 물가 (mulga) means shore.

Trivia

  • Sunyshore is geographically the easternmost known establishment in the Pokémon world so far.
  • Sunyshore's Japanese town motto is たいようが てらす まち.
  • Sunyshore is Cyrus's hometown.
  • Sunyshore is a major port town yet it has no ferries unlike Snowpoint and Canalave.
  • The player is able to buy Luxury Balls here, a feat that is impossible during Generation III.
  • The layout of the city is very similar to Olivine City with exits to the north and west of the city, two houses in the northeastern corner, gym in the northwestern corner and a lighthouse in the southeastern corner. If the N is removed, Sunyshore City's Japanese name is even an anagram of Olivine City's, since Olivine City is called Asagi City in Japanese.



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Twinleaf TownSandgem TownJubilife CityOreburgh CityFloaroma TownEterna CityHearthome City
Solaceon TownVeilstone CityPastoria CityCelestic TownCanalave CitySnowpoint CitySunyshore City
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Amity SquareLost TowerHallowed TowerSolaceon RuinsManiac TunnelLake Valor (Lakefront) • Great Marsh
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